Updated February 19, 2019 08:01:50 The official online version of the Australian Government’s Medical Information (MII) bill says you can only get the most up-to-date information about your health, including the cost of your test.
The Department of Health has not yet published a full list of what you’ll get.
How much does your exam cost?
Your health information is shared with insurance companies, doctors and hospitals.
It’s the same as other data, including GP visits, medication and health care services.
How can I get my medical information updated?
You can check what’s changed in the latest Health Information New South Wales (HIN) version of your MII (medical information) bill by going to the Health Information website, clicking on the “Latest Health Information” tab, and clicking on “Find out what you need to know”.
How do I get an update on my exam?
If you’ve had a test in the past six months and haven’t yet received a result, you can check the status of your health by going into the Health Care Services section of your HIN bill, selecting “What’s happening to my health?”, and checking the “More information” box.
If you’re unsure about what’s happening, you might want to check your insurance or the GP to make sure you’re covered.
What’s in my MII?
The Health Information MII bill contains: